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MyLEDLightingGuide Announces the Availability of a LED Explosion Proof Light for Hazardous Environments That Can Be Used as an Outdoor Flood Light or an Indoor High Bay

MyLEDLightingGuide announces the availability of three new Class 1 Div 2 LED Explosion Proof Flood Lights. Available in 40, 100, and 200 Watts, these lights, which can also be used as indoor high bay LED lights are perfect for Zone I & II hazardous environments that require an IP68 protection. Power plants, oil refineries, gas stations, offshore oil platforms, chemical plants, pumping stations, substations, waste water treatment plants, paint facilities, coal mining, military bases, weapons storage, food processing and airports are a few of the types of applications this energy saving light is designed for.

Electrical contractors and facilities managers, in these environments, who are looking to replace HPS or MH Luminaires up to 400W will want to evaluate these three LED lights.

Key features include: surge protection, all hardware for ceiling, wall or pole mounting, solid state for shock and vibration resistance, and has lumen maintenance over 70% at 100,000+ hours.

These LED Explosion Proof Flood lights are available to order now. Click for LED flood light product details.

About Us 
It is the primary goal at MyLEDLightingGuide.com to help commercial customers save energy and money by using safe, efficient LED lighting for their facilities. Our goals are to educate the customer with real information about LED Lighting and show them how to convert from their older style lights over to LED.

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